NASA’s Curiosity Rover Captures Unidentified Glowing Light on the Red Planet

NASA’s Curiosity rover has captured a photograph of a mysterious bright glow on a distant hillside on Mars.

The black and white picture shows the landscape of the desert with high rocky hills in the background.

A little elongated white blob seems to be streaking past in front of the larger rock formations.

The image was taken on June 16, and conspiracy theorists have said the picture is evidence of aliens on the Red Planet.

The probe, which landed on the Martian surface in 2012, is armed with 17 cameras. It has since roamed all over Mars, beaming back large amounts of data along with vast quantities of photos.

On its mast, the rover has two mounted navcams, which look like eyes. The right navcam captured the image in question, but the left camera was not looking in a similar direction.

The appearance of the unidentified white blob has been rapid as it disappears in photos taken immediately before and after.

In 2014, another bright spot in photographs captured by the rover made headlines, and people claimed it was light from an alien hut.

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  1. The Rover has been on Mars for seven years; who has been cleaning the dust off of the lenses?
    Clearly it’s a rocky service and while rolling around up there the probe is likely kicking up dust that would obstruct the clarity of all those camera lenses.
    I’m told NASA says:”the wind is blowing the dust off!”
    If this were true, why doesn’t dust just get blown off my windshield and my car when I drive around.
    Yet those pictures keep coming back with the clarity to catch an object moving at such high speed that only one “eye” captured the image.
    Are we seeing the technology of another species? Have our leaders at NASA made contact with ET’S and they’re working with us, already?
    If so, keep it up! Who is ever responsible for maintaining those lenses under such harsh conditions is doing an amazing job!
    When your done out there on the Red Planet; would you please clean my car Windows next?

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